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Knowledge Management Best-Practices Options

Best practices in knowledge management have changed over the last two decades. Of the four views of knowledge management, the first, business strategy, has stayed the same. That is because knowledge management still begins with the business objective. To be competitive in the knowledge economy,companies focus on key high-level strategies: the serve the [...]

How Knowledge Management Builds Intellectual Capital

Forms of Intellectual Capital Intellectual Capital is a summation of several other forms of capital. These are human capital, relationship capital, intellectual assets, and time capital. Over time they all work with one another in the way shown in the “Forms of Intellectual Capital” figure. When thinking about knowledge management problems this view [...]

Implementing Knowledge Management Systems

Forms of Knowledge Implementing knowledge management systems into the day-to-day activities and processes into an R&D or corporate entity is difficult. First of all there are two types of knowledge in a variety of forms that must be utilized. Explicit knowledge is knowledge that is been articulated or codified in words or numbers. [...]

The Argument for Building a Strong R&D Organization Versed in Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital Formation

Basis for Three Eras The basis for fast high-quality innovation and commercial development is found in the organization’s knowledge management and building of intellectual capital. This can be viewed at a high level by looking at the three eras through which society has passed.  The first was the agricultural era where the possession [...]

Overview of Knowledge Codification and Management

Business leaders in the intellectual capital community have been struggling for a long time to figure out how to gain maximum value from the tremendous amount of knowledge capital that exists in organizations with only sporadic success. The true sources of knowledge and intellectual capital in an organization are not as obvious as [...]

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